The Lenovo Yoga Book is one of the strangest computers released by a major PC maker in the past few years. At first glance, it looks like a super-thin notebook. But in place of a keyboard it has a “create pad,” which is basically a touch-sensitive area with a Wacom digitizer that you can use for writing, drawing, or typing (when you trigger a virtual keyboard).
Originally sold for $499 and up, the Yoga Book’s lack of a real physical keyboard made it an odd choice for notebook shoppers. And the high price tag may have made it unappealing for tablet buyers.
But now you can pick up a model with Google Android software for just $280, which could make this unusual device a bit more attractive. Maybe.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- Lenovo Yoga Book 10″ Android tablet/writing slate w/Atom x5/4GB/64GB for $280 – E Tech Galaxy (via eBay)
- Apple iPad Pro 9.7″ w/32GB for $400 – BuySpry (via eBay)
- Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra smartphone w/MT6757/3GB/32GB/23MP camera for $330 – Best Buy
- Google Home smart speaker for $84 – Lowe’s (coupon: 470000000074228)
- Bohm S10 truly wireless sport earbuds for $30 – Groupon
- SoundPeats truly wireless earbuds for $35 – Amazon (coupon: JVYW9Y3I)
- Open Box Philips SHB8750NC/2 noise-canceling, on-ear wireless headphones for $25 – BigDeals (via eBay)
- 20,000 mAh portable battery pack for $13 – DrHotDeal (via eBay)
- Save up to 60 percent on select Daydream-compatible Android apps – Google
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.